Also in Germany, D4:
Prasad plays from the 57th minute onwards, as his side Bischofsweraer lose big time to Chemie Leipzig. Latendresse-Levesque stays on the bench for Chemie.
Daniel Stanese played the second half for VfR Aalen, also losing with big numbers to FC 08 Homburg (6-1). They were already 3-1 down at that time.
It's the final week of October and Hamilton made his season-debut for Columbus. He got 6 minutes against Houston (1-1).
Also in MLS, St. Clair keeps a clean sheet for Minnesota (0-1 over Cincinnati). His 10th start of the season so I guess it's safe to call this his breakthrough season.
Montgommery stays on the bench for Dallas. Even though they suck, their CD's are strong, he would have had a shot at a lot of other teams by now.
Akindele got 31 minutes for Orlando (2-1 loss to Miami). Miller stayed on the bench.
And in the USL Championship playoffs, Schweitzer scored the openings goal for Phoenix, advancing after penalties (1-1). Schweitzer played 70 minutes.
If a keeper reads the game well they don't need to make flashy saves. I always though a keeper who makes too many flashy saves is a keeper who's out of position too often. What's impressive about Dayne is that he makes a lot of crucial saves, and seems to be good on 1v1s. He also knows when he has to come off his line in order to avoid a 1v1 deep in the box, and when it happens he looks very confident doing so
I really like this kid, I've seen him play with TFC's youth team and CMNT youth, arguably one of the best prospects TFC has ever had in it's hands, a step in quality above the rest, and so young still.
I didn't watch the game tonight but prior to signing him I thought he would be a bust. Definitely not a tam level player. His stats were poor in Venezuela a worse league than MLS. I wouldn't be pumped if york9 signed him.